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December 31, 2012
09:39 EDTMGLNMagellan Health says health plan customer will not renew contract
Magellan Health Services disclosed in a regulatory filing that it currently provides behavioral health management services to a commercial health plan customer pursuant to a contract with a term ending December 31, 2013. The company’s revenue pursuant to such contract for the nine months ended September 30, 2012 was approximately $144.5M. Magellan said the customer has informed the company that, after a competitive evaluation process, it has decided not to renew its contract with the company and to contract with another behavioral health management vendor. Since the contract expires on December 31, 2013, the notice by this customer that it will not renew the contract will have no effect on the company's previously issued guidance for 2013, Magellan stated.
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October 6, 2015
14:45 EDTMGLNMagellan Health risk/reward balanced at current levels, says Raymond James
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09:48 EDTMGLNMagellan Health Florida program can still be profitable, says Jefferies
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08:14 EDTMGLNMagellan Health Florida rate significantly lower than expected, says Leerink
Leerink analyst Ana Gupte calls the final rate released by the Florida Medicaid Agency as significantly lower than expected for Magellan Health (MGLN). Gupte sees 10c-20c in earnings per share downside for FY15 and 30c-60c downside in FY16. The rate disappointment is Magellan-specific as Centene (CNC) indicated that the rate increase for it is in line with its expectation, the analyst tells investors in a research note. The rate disappointment is also an additional 2016 headwind for Magellan after the Iowa contract, she adds. The analyst keeps a Market Perform rating on Magellan.
08:12 EDTMGLNMagellan Health sees 3% lower blended rates for unit due to AHCA rate change
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